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  • Case name:
    Arkius Inc. v. Hyundae Health Center et al.
    Date:
    09/27/2011
    Note:
    The license of a general contractor is not suspended by operation of law because it underreported payroll to State Compensation Insurance Fund.
    Citation:
    B228093
    WCC citation:
    WCC 38042011 CA
  • Case name:
    Argonaut Ins. Co. v. Industrial Accident Comm'n
    Date:
    10/11/1963
    Note:
    Injury compensable if sustained while traveling to pick up paycheck at location specified by employer.
    Citation:
    221 Cal. App. 2d 140
    WCC citation:
    WCC 30471963 CA
  • Case name:
    Algara v. Automobile Club of Southern California
    Date:
    08/21/2012
    Note:
    An office worker who was unable to return to work after more than six months of medical leave could not assert a viable disability discrimination claim against her employer based on its decision to terminate her and hire someone else to fill her position, which it had held open for 24 weeks.
    Citation:
    E054171
    WCC citation:
    WCC 39242012 CA
  • Case name:
    Arnulfo Aldridge v. Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
    Date:
    12/18/2008
    Note:
    A lower court properly dismissed a self-represented worker's fourth attempt to state a proper cause of action against his former employer, which he charged had harassed and fired him after he filed a workers' compensation claim.
    Citation:
    B202578
    WCC citation:
    WCC 34692008 CA
  • Case name:
    Alvis v. McIntyre
    Date:
    07/30/2008
    Note:
    [Unpublished] In an effort to avoid the exclusivity provisions of the workers compensation scheme, there is no theory in which plaintiff can prevail against defendants listed as employers on plaintiff's complaint. Plaintiff could have, but did not, move to amend his complaint; his failure to do so means he is stuck with the complaint as pleaded.
    Citation:
    C055102
    WCC citation:
    WCC 34042008 CA
  • Case name:
    Adler-Galloway v. CBS Broadcasting, Inc.
    Date:
    08/26/2010
    Note:
    CBS Broadcasting's exclusive remedy argument prevailed against an extra's premises liability suit by providing declarations that her employer's insurance policy named CBS as a special employer, the 2nd District Court of Appeal concluded.
    Citation:
    B218163
    WCC citation:
    WCC 36602010 CA
  • Case name:
    Astudillo v. Duggleby
    Date:
    09/26/2007
    Note:
    [Unpublished] It is participation in creating the common fund, or the fund from which a lien may be satisfied, that is relevant to the application of section 3856. Nominal participation is not sufficient and 'the question of whether a party is an active participant in litigation is one of fact for the trial court to decide.
    Citation:
    G038287, 05CC08248
    WCC citation:
    WCC 32612007 CA
  • Case name:
    Arnold v. Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co.
    Date:
    12/30/2011
    Note:
    An insurer proved that it was entitled to summary judgment against a worker's suit by proving that she was an independent contractor, a California appellate court ruled in a published decision.
    Citation:
    A131440
    WCC citation:
    WCC 38392011 CA
  • Case name:
    Addison v. County of Los Angeles
    Date:
    11/03/2008
    Note:
    [Unpublished] The record fully supports the trial court's conclusions.
    Citation:
    B201007 c/w B203213
    WCC citation:
    WCC 34562008 CA
  • Case name:
    Antelope Valley Press v. California Ins. Comissioner
    Date:
    02/26/2008
    Note:
    [Published as of 4/30/08] The carriers are employees for purposes of workers' compensation law, not independent contractors.
    Citation:
    B198139
    WCC citation:
    WCC 33212008 CA

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